German tactician Ralph Rangnick has continued to impress since he took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with the former RB Leipzig tasked with the responsibility of transforming the Manchester United squad into a modern footballing side that could match the best in the continent.
United's team has been playing in a 4-2-2-2 formation with players struggling to maintain width. The team is currently playing in a 4-3-3 with two offensive midfielders and only one defensive midfielder.
The change in the formation has no doubt improved Fernandez's output. The Portuguese international has scored two goals and assisted a further two in only two games.
Many fans have lavished praise on the manager for reinventing Fernandez in his new position just before the three attackers. Fernandez started the position alongside Fred with Mctominay the deepest of the trio. Here are some of the reactions from fans.
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